It has been nearly seven years since Arthur Moats played for the Buffalo Bills but if the linebacker wanted to give it one more shot, he could always return to the team that drafted him. The Bills selected Moats in the sixth round of the 2010 NFL Draft and he would play four seasons with the team.
In the first three years with the Bills, he wasn’t a full-time starter but was a valuable contributor. It wasn’t until 2013 that he got a chance to be the starter for this team, starting 12 games. However, it was his final year of his contract and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a free agent.
He would play four seasons with the Steelers and then spent one season with the Arizona Cardinals but missed the entire year on injured reserve. He retired prior to the 2019 season but at only 32 years of age and with a full year of rest, Moats could be a good linebacker to add to this defense that can get after the quarterback.